Foxcroft Intense

Brand: Solstice Scents

Scent Description:

Decaying Leaves, Dry Leaves, Dirt, Wood Smoke, Fir Balsam, Cedar, Cypress Wood, Oakmoss, Patchouli, Vetiver, Rain, Bayberry and more

Foxcroft Intense is a flanker to our popular Fall Collection perfume Foxcroft. This perfume starts with a generous base of Foxcroft (wet decaying leaves, dirt, dry woods, wood smoke) that is paired with a host of additional balsams, woods, spruce tips, petrichor, dirt, moss, additional sweet wood smoke and a ramped up sweet and dry crunchy leaves accord with a fresh sprig of lavender. Juniper wood (not the berries so fear not if you don’t like juniper berry), cypress, fir balsam, cedar, pine, vetiver, patchouli, rain, oakmoss, bayberry, soil and pinon are just a few of the notes mingling with the crisp rustling leaves accord and the recognizable Foxcroft fragrance. This fougere scent is smooth, creamy, slightly sweet, damp, green, foresty and fresh at once. It’s less dank, dirty and Earthy than Foxcroft bit still has a touch of that bite. Imagine the scent of Foxcroft but transport yourself deeper into the forest, near a rushing stream with a fern and moss covered bank and the faintest mist of rain. This is the concept of Foxcroft Intense.

4 thoughts on “Foxcroft Intense”

  1. Smelled just like pure soupy, slimy, mildewy leaf-puddle like you’ll sometimes come across at the end of autumn. With a strong base of mold. No fun notes tried to pop out, and even sealed in a ziploc bag in a box I could occasionally smell it. This scent is why I thought I couldn’t do leaf notes for a long time.

  2. Definitely greener than the original Foxcroft, like if the focus of Foxcroft was a forest instead of leaves and other autumnal goodies. There’s a note in there that’s a little too sharp for me, but it’s still nice.

  3. If the original Foxcroft could be described in color as orange (think fall leaves), Foxcroft Intense would be all shades of GREEN that sadly overshadow all the other notes on me.

  4. Sort of like a “softened” Foxcroft. A hint of sweetness, fresh water, and dew soaked moss are added to the dirt, leaves, and wood from the original Foxcroft. It smells fresher and greener than Foxcroft.

    Unfortunately, there’s a note that goes a bit acrid on my skin in this blend, so I prefer the original Foxcroft. However, if you like Foxcroft, this is definitely worth trying.

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